|Bruno Latour: Waiting for Gaia Composing the Common World through Arts and Politics - the Internationale|
Talk at Institut Francais, London 21 November 2011 Ecological crisis puts an enormous tension on the framework of modernist institutions, especially science, politics and the arts. Is another type of collaboration possible to explore other ways than modernisation to compose the common world? http://www.institut-francais.org.uk/programme/waiting-for-gaia
Keywords: Bruno Latour; Gaia
|Bruno Latour Keynote May 23, 2008|
Bruno Latour's Keynote at Reclaiming the World: the Future of Objectivity The conference organizers said there was no problem if I made an audio recording for distribution, so I've attached my handheld audio recording to this blog post in case anyone can't wait for the official video copy. It's a Latour bootleg, if there is such a thing! If they ask me to take it down for any reason, I will... But they gave me the green light in person, so here it is (see the attached 1 hour itunes M4a clip, tha...
Keywords: Bruno Latour; University of Toronto
|Waiting for Gaia: Composing the Common World through Arts and Politics - Bruno Latour|
A talk given by Bruno Latour at French Institute in the UK, London, November 21, 2011.
Keywords: Bruno Latour; Gaia; ecology; art; politics; nature; global warming
|RDA: the wrong solution for the wrong problem - James Weinheimer|
A paper delivered to the RDA@yourlibrary conference, sponsored by the Amigos consortium, February 4, 2011
Keywords: RDA; cataloging standards; metadata; AACR2; institutional change; Bruno Latour; black box
|Aristotle With A Twist - Graham Harman (American University, Cairo); Patricia Clough (Queens College, CUNY); Nicola Masciandaro (Brooklyn College, CUNY)|
Featured talk by Graham Harman (American University, Cairo, Egypt), with response from Patricia Clough (Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY), and closing remarks from Nicola Masciandaro (Brooklyn College, CUNY), at Speculative Medievalisms 2: A Laboratory-Atelier, held at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, on 16 September 2011 (organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Petropunk Collective, and the Doctoral Program in English and Medieval Studies @The Gradua...
Keywords: Aristotle; Object Oriented Ontology (OOO); Speculative Realism (SR); Quentin Meillassoux; Bruno Latour; Substance; Heidegger; being; time; the quadruple object; ontology
|Toward a Speculative Literary Criticism: Redux - Eileen A. Joy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Talk given by Eileen Joy at University of California-Santa Barbara, 27 October 2011, co-sponsored by Literature and the Mind and the Medieval Literatures Initiative.
Keywords: object oriented ontology; speculative realism; Graham Harman; Foucault; vicarious causation; surface reading; symptomatic reading; sentient objects; reparative reading; asymmetrical reading; Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick; Bruno Latour
|Powers of the Hoard: Notes on Material Agency - Jane Bennett, Johns Hopkins University (email@example.com)|
Keynote Address delivered by Jane Bennett for "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics and Objects in the Early Modern and Medieval Periods" Conference, hosted by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute @George Washington University, 11-12 April 2011.
Keywords: vibrant materiality; vitalism; hoards/hoarding; object-oriented ontology; thing theory; distributed material agency; political ecology; poetics; Bruno Latour; Spinoza; Henri Bergson; Lucretius
|Bruno Latour ATC Lecture - Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium|
"Things" are controversial assemblages of entangled issues, and not simply objects sitting apart from our political passions. The entanglements of things and politics engage activists, artists, politicians, and intellectuals. To assemble this parliament, rhetoric is not enough and nor is eloquence; it requires the use of all the technologies -- especially information technology -- and the possibility for the arts to re-present anew what are the common stakes...
Keywords: Bruno Latour; Art; Technology; Culture; Colloquium; ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Berkeley; Ken Goldberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM
|Sheep Tracks - Julian Yates, University of Delaware, firstname.lastname@example.org|
Featured Talk delivered by Julian Yates for "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics and Objects in the Early Modern and Medieval Periods" Conference, hosted by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute @George Washington University, 11-12 April 2011.
Keywords: Bruno Latour; Michel Serres; Carlo Ginzburg; Donna Haraway; Derrida; Thelma Rowell; biomaterialism; slowness/lingering; sheep tracks/traces; archives; sheepy metaphors; regimes of description; the pastoral; post/humanism; human-animal writing machines; conviviality/hospitality; politeness
|Objects, Networks, and Materiality (Roundtable Discussion) - Jeffrey Cohen (George Washington University), Laurie Finke (Kenyon College), Julie Orlemanski (Boston College), Elizabeth Blake (New York University), Valerie Allen (John Jay College of Justice, CUNY), Kellie Robertson (University of Wisconisn-Madison), Lowell Duckert (George Washington University)|
Recording of a roundtable discussion session, sponsored by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute, mediated by Jeffrey J. Cohen, and held at the 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, Michigan) on 12 May 2011. The roundtable features remarks by Laurie Finke ("The Parliament of Things"), Julie Orlemanski ("Things Without Faces"), Valerie Allen ("Medieval Nets"), Elizabeth Blake ("Passionate Matter"), Kellie Robertson ("Remediating Matter"),...
Keywords: objects; networks; materiality; early modern physics; Bruno Latour; thing theory; faciality; allegory; psyche; personification; film theory; Bernard of Clairvaux; embodiment; magnetism; premodern discourses on the passions; new materialisms; remediation; eco-composition; inter-glacial relations
|Kitchen Shakespeare - Julian Yates (Univ. of Delaware); Liza Blake (New York University)|
Featured talk by Julian Yates (Univ. of Delaware), with response from Liza Blake (New York Univ.), at Speculative Medievalisms 2: A Laboratory-Atelier, held at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, on 16 September 2011 (organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Petropunk Collective, and the Doctoral Program in English and Medieval Studies @The Graduate Center, CUNY). More information available here: http://speculativemedievalisms.blogspot.com/.
Keywords: Bruno Latour; Graham Harman; Object Oriented Ontology (OOO); Michel de Certeau; The Practice of Everyday Life; Shakespeare; Titus Andronicus; hospitality; ethics; archives; literary criticism; Speculative Realism (SR); ontology; metaphysics
|Martin Westwood's Talk: Object-Oriented Thinking - Timothy Morton|
A talk by artist Martin Westwood at the conference âObject-Oriented Thinking,â The Royal Academy of Art, London, July 1, 2011.
Keywords: object-oriented ontology; David Reid; Tim Morton; Timothy Morton; Kevin Love; deconstruction; Levinas; causality; aesthetic; music; sound art; visual art; Amanda Beech; Martin Westwood; Bruno Latour; speculative realism; photography
|Jussi Parikka -- Media Archaeology|
[+] The Centre for the Study of Theory & Criticism (CSTC) and Faculty of Information & Media Studies (FIMS) @ Western (UWO) present the final 2011-2012 Speaker-Series/Mediations Session: Jussi Parikka,"How Many Media Archaeologies?" (http://uwo.ca/theory/News/Parikka%20poster.pdf) [post-lecture Q&A list at http://tiny.cc/Parikka_QandA]. [+] http://uwo.ca/theory/News/Parikka%20poster.pdf http://archive.org/details/JussiParikka--MediaArchaeology http://archive.org/details/KatherineHayles--Material...
Keywords: Jussi Parikka; Siegfried Zielinski; Wolfgang Ernst; Wolfgang Hagen; Walter Benjamin; Bernhard Siegert; Bernard Stiegler; Katherine Hayles; Jennifer Gabrys; Lisa Gitelman; Niklas Luhmann; Mieke Bal; Thomas Macho; Friedrich Kittler; Friedrich Nietzsche; Michel Foucault; Michel Serres; Gilles Deleuze; Paul Virilio; Bruno Latour; Reza Negarestani; Manuel DeLanda; Matthew Kirschenbaum; German Media Theory; Cultural Techniques; Digital Humanities; Media Archaeology; Media Ontology; Media Epistemology; Deep Time of the Media; Geo-trauma; Geology; Topology; Topography; Archaeology; Archives; Archival Logic; Card-Indexes (http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/article/view/373/390); The Index; The Search-Engine; The Analogue and the Digital; Mnemotechnics; Materialism; Materiality; Object-Oriented Ontology; Speculative Realism; Faculty of Information and Media Studies; Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism 2011-2012 Speaker-Series at Western (UWO); London ON
|Julian Yates, University of Delaware, email@example.com|
|Jeffrey Cohen (George Washington University), Laurie Finke (Kenyon College), Julie Orlemanski (Boston College), Elizabeth Blake (New York University), Valerie Allen (John Jay College of Justice, CUNY), Kellie Robertson (University of Wisconisn-Madison), Lowell Duckert (George Washington University)|
|Julian Yates (Univ. of Delaware); Liza Blake (New York University)|
|Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium|